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23
Mar

Goodbye delays, hello permits

One architect’s new permit streamlining process could provide benefits for all.

22
Mar

The dream of the art of architecture

Architects are asked to deliver what the client has asked for, but also to transcend the program to envision the unexpected.

21
Mar

Architecture firm billings recover modestly in February

U.S. architecture firms reported a modest recovery in billings in February 2016 following a small dip in January.

25
Feb

Grassroots 2016: Building upon ideas

For the first time, Grassroots, the AIA’s annual leadership conference, broke away from Washington, DC, and relocated to the city of Detroit.

24
Feb

Modest slowdown in architecture firm billings in January

Business conditions at architecture firms softened modestly in January to start the new year.

23
Feb

Embracing Frank Lloyd Wright's sense of purpose

Architects are strong individually, says 2016 AIA President Russell A. Davidson, but together we can do much more for the profession.

22
Feb

Defining the lower limits of an ethical framework

Architects are so committed to their work that they often have trouble examining architecture within a broader ethical context.

8
Feb

How Michigan's youngest licensed member chose architecture

Scott Reynolds, AIA, has worked at Stephen Auger + Associates Architects in Lake Orion, Mich., for seven years—an impressive feat, considering he’s just 24 years old. Not only that, but he also passed the ARE in late 2015 and became a licensed architect. How has such a young man been able to come so far …

28
Jan

Election 2016 Candidate Profiles

Learn more about the candidates for President in 2016 and where they stand on the major issues that impact architects and the built environment.

25
Jan

Make better business decisions in 2016

The AIA has released its first update to the State Economic Profiles since they were relaunched last July.

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